This page offers media the most up–to–date information on hot industry topics including commentary and analysis on the latest trends in construction economics, the impact of legislative, regulatory and environmental issues on the construction industry, and the ways AGC is educating the industry on safety and health initiatives.
|10/3/2008||HOUSE PASSES ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE|
|10/3/2008||JOBS REPORT SHOWS QUICK ACTION NEEDED TO REVIVE CONSTRUCTION, AGC SAYS|
|10/2/2008||LIQUID ASSETS DOCUMENTARY DEBUTS IN D.C.-METRO AREA|
|10/1/2008||AGC LAUNCHES PROJECT MANAGER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM|
|9/29/2008||CONTRACTORS MOBILIZE IN SUPPORT OF EMERGENCY ECONOMIC STABILIZATION ACT|
|9/29/2008||FINANCIAL RESCUE PLAN FAILS|
|9/26/2008||CONTRACTORS CALL FOR PROMPT ACTION ON FINANCIAL RESCUE PLAN|
|9/23/2008||ConsensusDOCS Establishes the New Consensus Standard in Construction Contracts as it Marks First Year of Publication|
|9/22/2008||AGC OF AMERICA WEBSITE RECOGNIZED BY WEB MARKETING ASSOCIATION|
|9/11/2008||CONGRESS RESPONDS TO HIGHWAY FUNDING CRISIS|
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